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The Corn is Green: Film Screening

Wed 8 July, 5pm
Running Time: 1 hour 45 minutes

A 1945 film of Emlyn Williams's semi-autobiographical 1938 play The Corn is Green with the eponymous Bette Davis in the central role of idealistic teacher, Miss Moffat. Davis portrays Miss Moffat as an alternative and multifaceted role model for women.

Tickets £6 / £4

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A still of actor Bette Davies in the 1945 film The Corn is Green

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